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Thread: Throw some weird ones at me!
June 20th, 2012 10:42 PM #21Senior Member
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Some interesting mainly french ones since theyre really the only names I know a lot about, I think you could remove accent marks a la Genevieve or Elodie on most of these.
Cléophée (prn clee oh fee)
Maïwenn (prn my-wenn)*
Rose-Mai (prn rose - may/meh)*
Athenais (prn like "a-té-na-ï-ss" or "ah-tee -nah-ees" not sure which is easier to understand) This is the mn we will use for a girl
Astrée (mythological: Astraea in English)
Ludivine (well known but maybe interesting here?)
Azalée (prn A zah lee - a like "at") this is Azalea in French, I think it's very usable
Zélie (prn more like "zee lee" or "zeh/zey lee" at the most in French but people here say "zay lee" so maybe you could just say what you want) I go back and forth between not caring about this name and loving it. It's a very old form of Solène.
*these are as accurate as I can describe them, I'm really bad at phonetic prn but you can probably hear most of them forvo.com if you like them or are unsure of how to say it.
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